Monday, August 17, 2009

Data sets.



8 comments:

Amelia said...

In your pie chart I didn't notice repeatedly refreshing blog pages in the hopes that someone, anyone, perhaps one of your children had posted anything! That surely deserves a slice of the pie.

Mary said...

Great post, Hightouch. For me, the August fret-a-thon sometimes feels like an oil spill on the summer beach. I believe more dancing is in order this year. Maybe that regimen of cake every afternoon, too.

Becky said...

Next time we visit I hope that you and Hayden can have a conversation about The Force. He insists it usually works for him as well.. just not that darn new bag of cookies.

Love it!!

Sheonagh said...

This is a very impressive statistical analysis. I wish I'd thought to use 'The Force' to extend summer holiday. I have 3 days left which I'm going to devote to this activity. Wish me well Yoda.

gilian said...

What? Summer is ending? Bbbbbut, I'm not ready...

Antistrophe said...

A most excellent post! I think I shall steal your idea and use it as a syllabus avoidance strategy, then later on as a grading avoidance strategy.

Nik said...

I love this and will go chart my brain immediately. Do you find that once, the brain-time, properly mapped, leaves you free to move on to other brain-activity or do you just try to change the ratios? Perhaps if you give the force 100%....

Skankstas said...

:)

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